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kruznstude1
08-24-2017, 04:27 PM
Does anyone have a GOOD vinyl top dressing recommendation for my 1965 Cruiser? Most of the ones I've used either come off when it rains, or leaves streaks on the rear window and windshield. What I'm looking for is a product that is waterproof, won't streak, and won't have to be re-applied after each rain or wash. I've heard everything from Armor-All, to Lard (yes, LARD)!!!! Does anything exist? I've searched on-line and haven't been to pleased with the selections. Thanks in advance!!!

Lou Van Anne
08-24-2017, 05:40 PM
Have you checked the "dressing" (rust) under the vinyl first?....had to pull the vinyl off my GT Hawk to repair the rust issues.

jts359
08-24-2017, 07:50 PM
Back in the day I worked at a packaging plant that made Herbal Essence Shampoo and conditioner , They use to give rejects to employees at a reduced price so I used the conditioner on vinyl tops and shampoo for washing the car , It worked pretty good , Ed

Hawklover
08-24-2017, 08:03 PM
The best products for Vinyl are made by Wolfsteins Pro Series, under the product name "Raggtopp" out of Atlanta, Georgia. Amazing products!!
Does anyone have a GOOD vinyl top dressing recommendation for my 1965 Cruiser? Most of the ones I've used either come off when it rains, or leaves streaks on the rear window and windshield. What I'm looking for is a product that is waterproof, won't streak, and won't have to be re-applied after each rain or wash. I've heard everything from Armor-All, to Lard (yes, LARD)!!!! Does anything exist? I've searched on-line and haven't been to pleased with the selections. Thanks in advance!!!

jimmijim8
08-25-2017, 07:08 AM
Floor wax . Will hold up good. cheers jimmijim